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phelps thinks, is there a new golden boy swimming. what did this u.s. soccer star pull out of her socks. the story behind that note. >>> second chance, mitt romney fresh off the embarrassing comments in london and hoping to avoid missteps in israel. our david muir is with him. >>> missed opportunity? our reporter tracking down the psychiatrist who was see ing colorado shooter james holmes. the question, what did she know and what did she obligate to report. >>> and the newest bond girl -- >> good evening, mr. bond. >>> the story behind that amazing cameo everyone is talking about. >>> good evening. david is on assignment tonight. the first full day of olympic competition is now in the recordbooks and there are some stunning results to report. and take a look at this photo. it says it all. 14-time gold medal swimmer michael phelps in disbelief. almost failing to qualify for an event he won during the last two olympics. meanwhile, the u.s. women's soccer team advanced to the semifinals with a powerful show of skill and team spirit. for more on that and all of the other olympic highlights
during the last two olympics. meanwhile, the u.s. women's soccer team advanced to the quarterfinals with a powerful show of skill and team spirit. for more on that and all of the other olympic highlights we turn to abc's jeffery kofman in london tonight. >> reporter: as expected an american won gold in the pool today but it was not michael phelps. his teammate and friend, ryan lochte smoked him in the 40 intermediate medley. phelps was in fourth place not even a medal. he would barely get out of the pool. he has won medals, including 14 gold in every olympic race since 2000, until today. a tweet from the winner, thanks to my fans. this gold was for lochte nation. and from phelps, congrats to ryan lochte. way to keep that title in the country where it belongs. adding not pleased with my race tonight at all. but tomorrow is a new day and a new race. meanwhile an american upset in archery. the u.s. team knocking out the once unbeatable south koreans, and coming oh, so close to gold, only to be knocked down to silver by an italian that hit bull's-eye. in qualifying it was a wobbly start
makes of negative headlines in >>> and the prayers. what he told us about what he and his ann did at the western wall. >>> the women's gymnastics team moves on. why was this athlete sobbing. why are there so many empty seats? our team in london. >>> red cross sounding the alarm this evening. blood supply at its lowest point in 15 years. what's behind it and what it means for the rest of us. >>> the biggest fans, best seats in the house. why can't they bear to watch? the moms and dads at the olympic games. their agony and elation. >>> good evening tonight from jerusalem where republican presidential candidate mitt romney is auditioning for a position on the world stage. this evening we feet that election day is now just 100 days from today. this evening romney and his wife ann are having dinner with an old friend, benjamin netanyahu. they worked together years ago. earlier today romney visited the western wall where he placed a prayer he had written inside the wall. tonight he delivered a speech in israel saying "we have a moral imperative to deny iran's leaders the means to follow
." right beforehand he sat down with us. we talked about the threat of iran, the incoming fire from democrats back home over his tax returns and we talked about the all-important debates against president obama, how he thinks the president will perform. >> thank you. governor romney, mitt, it's a pleasure to welcome you to jerusalem. >> reporter: calling him mitt, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcomed an old friend to israel. netanyahu and romney worked together years ago, and now he's looking to send a message, that matters it at a time when a staunch american ally wrestles with what to do about iran. one of your advisers said you would respect israel's decision to strike iran on its own. would you support an israeli strike on iran? >> i think i'll use my own terms in that regard, and that is that i recognize the right of israel to defend itself. at the same time, we are as two nations both committed to employing every means we have to keep iran from pursuing their nuclear folly, and that means every diplomatic course, economic forces, as well. sanctions are beginning
look at what it's like to return after the wildfires. >> this is my house. >> this mother taking us back to see what's left, the stunning before and after. >>> under attack. tonight we learn what it was that triggered that chimp attack. the american grad student pulled under a fence and what it took to finally get the chimps off of him. >>> the magic number opening to umbrellas to a storm of women in theaters across the country. tonight the new box office numbers and this new formula leaving many women asking, why did it take so long? >> whoo! >>> good evening. great to have you with us. we do begin with breaking news from the midwest where fierce new storms have moved in across the region. chicago is reeling from thunderstorms that have turned day into night there. the darkened kye right there over the windy city. the ominous clouds then bringing this. this coming into our newsroom pounding hail being reported a short time ago. we're told the burst of hail lasting just a couple of minutes. this storm at the edge of a brutal heat wave, 20 states with heat warnings and advisories and
vote" david kerley starts us off. david. >> good evening, sharyn. president obama demanding mitt romney rein in attacks, his answer? a brand-new attack ad and singing in the rain. >> reporter: outside virginia in a downpour. the president was soaked. his attack of mitt romney's record at the investment firm of bain capital, which mr. obama has called a "pioneer of outsourcing." >> i don't want pioneers of outsourcing. i want some insourcing. i want to bring companies back. >> reporter: if that wasn't enough-- ♪ oh beautiful for spacious skies ♪ >> reporter: a blistering new ad using romney singing "america the beautiful" and charges he moved jobs and some of his own money overseas. ♪ america, america >> reporter: if romney has seen this -- it may have been on his ipad. he was seen with the device at his new hampshire lake house today, hours after he went on every network to decry the attacks. >> this is simply beneath the dignity of the presidency of the united states. >> reporter: bain did outsource and offshore some jobs in the early 2000s. but romney says he left bain in 1999 t
. >> this is my house. >> this mother taking us back to see what's left, the stunning before and after. >>> under attack. tonight we learn what it was that triggered that chimp attack. the american grad student pulled under a fence and what it took to finally get the chimps off of him. >>> and the magic number opening to umbrellas to a storm of women in theaters across the country. tonight the new box office numbers and this new formula leaving many women asking, why did it take so long? >> whoo! >>> good evening. it is great to have you with us tonight and we do begin with breaking news from the midwest where fierce new storm s have moved in across the region. take a look at this. chicago, that darkened sky turning the windy city from day into night. this coming in of the hailstorm that lasted several minute as long with winds up to 90 miles an hour. take a look at the map. that is at the edge of a brutal heat wave, 20 states now with heat warnings and advisories and take a look at this tonight, columbia, south carolina, 106. philadelphia, 96. memphis, 100. it has been especially hot for workers
. you get the feel-like map, the heat index, so many of us tonight well above 100. abc's extreme weather team beginning with david kerley at the nation's capital where it is the hottest it's ever been on this day. >> reporter: good evening, david. here in washington, the record today, broken. and we are not alone. almost half the country, the mercury rising to levels not seen in years. it was down right miserable in st. louis, a new record. are you ready for this? 107 degrees. police and medical officials investigating the death of an 8-year-old girl whose family believes she died because of the heat. look at the map tonight. already more than a dozen new records. >> i'm sweating bullets and trying to drink a lot of water. >> reporter: 115 million people sweating bullets in 22 states. >> kind of unbearable. >> reporter: and it's not just people. you've seen the video of the suv launching on one the many buckled roads. outside of washington, a metro train evacuated after it derailed because of the heat. it's called heat kink. rail lines expand. this chicago a train derailed crashed on to
those steps had never been taken before. >>> good evening. it's great to have you with us here on a sunday night. we do begin with the extreme weather. from deadly lightning to flash floods, nearly sweeping cars off hears, and all of this as millions prepare for yet another heat wave. first, the pictures from washington state, this image. the racing waters on a highway, stunning drivers there and bringing traffic to a near crawl. in arizona tonight, street vanishing under the rushing water there, and the mud rushing down the street. drivers suddenly finding themselves in the middle of it. tonight, as it always seems, the rain is not where this country needs it most. a new warning about the drought and more than half the country right now. and the newest heat wave moving in and quickly. already, highs in the 90s where americans were just dealing with this. that system on the move and our extreme weather team is tracking it all, beginning with abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: dangerous storms in texas today made a deadly strike. at a houston soccer game, spectators taking shel
more information about his finances. it's "your voice, your vote" david kerley starts us off. >> good morning. president obama demanding mitt romney rein in attacks, his answer? a brand-new attack ad and singing in the rain. >> outside virginia in a downpour. the president was soaked. he did not dampen his attack on mitt romney's record. on bain capital. called pioneer in outsourcing. >> i don't want a pioneer in outsourcing? i want insourcing. i want to bring companies back. >> if that wasn't enough ♪ oh beautiful for space just skies ♪ >> a new ad. and charges he moved some of his own money overseas. ♪ >> if romney has seen this, it may have been on his ipad. he was seen with the device at the new hampshire lake house today hours after he went on every network to decry the attack. >> this is beneath dignity of the president of the united states. >> bain did outsource jobs but romney said he left in 1999 to run the olympics and had nothing to do with managing the firm. problem is, he was listed as ceo and president for nearly three years after he left. >> they said their campai
, with the worry that these high temperatures can strain the system. david. >>> david kerley leading us off. and we see the people at the fountain behind him. they're going to be there tomorrow. you say 24 hours more of this? >> yes. the hours are what counts. look at the numbers today. 105 cincinnati. 102 in atlanta. 108 in memphis. there will be relief. it will feel like the low 80s and will be. washington, d.c. monday, 87. that will feel like it's 60. then receipt leif begins. not as hot. all of those words begin. chicago, 82 tuesday. st. louis, a chilly, relatively 88. >> at that front moves in, you could see it in places like a n allentown and other places? >> yes, that cold front is going to slip through parts of pennsylvania, new jerseyened will slip south for d.c., even raleigh for the hot zone. >> zinger, we'll watch your forecast first thing in the morning on "gma." >>> we turn to the followout of the jobs number. we're getting a clearer picture who got the new jobs and pore of a changing work week. the number of hours increasing. bianna is standing by with who got hired. but first the l
that these high temperatures can strain the system. david. >>> david kerley leading us off. that backed fountain behind him. could be that way tomorrow. we have to hold out? >> yes. look at the numbers for the heat index foreman. 105 cincinnati. 102 in atlanta. 108 in memphis. there will be relief. it will feel like the low 80s and will be. washington, d.c. monday, 87. that will feel like it's 60. >> as that relief comes in, you say could bring severe weather when it clashes. we're already getting reports from pennsylvania tonight. >> tonight severe weather already happening. last night i said severe weather. but i didn't emphasize, this is damaging winds, the same that created power outages last weekend. i want you to look at that area that has to be on alert. tonight and tomorrow. washington, d.c. is in there. cincinnati, pittsburgh, all of that mid-atlantic region up tonight. >> and relief to follow. thanks. >>> we turn to the followout of the jobs number. we're getting a clearer picture who got the new jobs and pore of a changing work week. the number of hours increasing. bianna golodryga st
daughter, the police chief one on one with us late here today. >>> we have been reporting on the lives lost. the youngest, of victims, 6 years old. tonight, who they were and the loved ones they leave behind. cecil cecilia vega is here with more. good evening to you. >> reporter: david, good evening to you. the president will be speaking with the families. the identities and stories now known. there are so many faces, so many stories. lives lost simply because they went to see a movie. the oldest, 51, gordon cowden. a real estate appraiser who took his two teens with him that night. they escaped. the youngest victim, 6 years old, veronica moser-sullivan. her mother shot in the neck, clings to life. yesterday, her family broke the news about what happened to her daughter. >> she was a wonderful little girl. sad she had to have life taken away so early. >> reporter: there are stories of courage. people who lost lives by saving others. jon blunk threw his girlfriend on the floor to shield her from the gun fire. matt mcquinn dove on his girlfriend and took the bullet instead. >> matt did what a
devices, including jars with chemicals and 30 shells with explosive powder. the police chief telling us the suspect's sbepgss were clear. will. >>> this apartment was designed, based on everything i have seen, to kill anybody who entered it. >> across town tonight, the efforts to save the critically wounded by the gunman's other trap inside the theater. today, we were given access to the intensive care unit. eight people in critical condition. fighting for their lives. two of them right here. tonight, an extraordinary comeback. we were allowed to visit stephen barton. shot in the arm, the neck, the face. >> how's it going? >> reporter: the syracuse graduate was biking across the country. that speech he gave, he was holding a camera. >> capturing the most meaningful moments of my life. >> reporter: thursday nighter he took a photo of his movie ticket and posted it. and now we see this. an image of survival. >> definitely. i'm very glad. i feel blessed. >> reporter: blessed he said to survive the shots to his neck. he showed me the wounds. he hasn't counted them. while we were there, he f
made in the last 24 hours causing alarm in the u.s. morsi pledged to work for the release of a blind sheikh who is serving a life sentence in the u.s. for plotting the first attack on the world trade center. >>> and in israel tonight, they are mourning a key figure in the early days. yitzhak shamir was prime minister during the first palestinian uprising and the first gulf war. he was born in poland but moved to israel before it was a state. yitzhak shamir was 96. >>> we turn now to the race for president, this one right across the border. the vote tomorrow in mexico could have a big impact here at home because of the explosion of violence there. so bad, moms there are buying minivan, suvs with armor before they take their children to school. abc's cecilia vega in mexico tonight teaming up with univision jorge ramos on the eve of the big vote. cecilia? >> reporter: good evening, david. this is a country where are everywhere. corruption and crime run rampant. the hope here is that a new president will have more success at fighting these drug cartels. the hope in the u.s. is that a new
. it's great to have you with us. we begin this sunday night with the historic heat wave and one more hurdle before it's over. tonight a giant cold front is moving in across the country, bringing relief and another round of severe weather with it. it will clash with the boiling temperatures we had for days now. look at this, the tires on of a jet sinking into the tarmac at the reagan airport. and at wlooes 35 people have died because of the heat. washington, d.c., it reached 102 and 11 days of temperatures 95 or higher. and raleigh, north carolina, six straight days of heat. and st. louis, ten days of triple digits. and one more telling map. across the country, 2,000 highs set since july 1st. and abc's extreme weather team is coveringley in the nation's capital. >> reporter: there are americans looking for relief in the his tor heat wave. it is coming with a cold front, but that will clash with the severe weather. an explosion of storms ending the extreme temperatures. >> i have been sweating but lets. height has been unbearable, really. >> reporter: it may sound like a broken record,
. >> tonight, we look back. >>> good evening. it's great to have you with us. we begin this sunday night with the historic heat wave and one more hurdle before it's over. tonight a giant cold front is slowly moving in across much of the country. bringing relief and another round of severe weather with it. it will the clash with the broiling temperatures we had for days now. look at this image tonight. the tires on after us airways jet sinking into the tarmac at regan international airport. and the growing death toll. and at least 35 people have died because of the heat. just look the at records. washington, d.c., it reached 102 today, now 11 days of temperatures 95 or higher. and raleigh, north carolina, six straight days of 100-degree heat. and st. louis, ten days of triple digits. and one more telling map. across this country, 2,000 record highs set just since july 1st. tonight as i mentioned, change is literately in the air. and abc's extreme weather team is covering it all, beginning with david kerley in the nation's capital. >> reporter: tonight there are still $74 million americans
happen to any of us at any time. and instead of being afraid of that, she embraced life more fully. >> reporter: david so many of the victims were just in their 20s, just starting out in life. and sadly, the next chapter for their family will be planning their funerals. david? >> so much loss here in colorado and the vigil late they are evening. >>> we are going new to the investigation. peer area thomas is reporting on the weapons and bullets. tonight, the gunman's semiautomatic assault rifle did jam in the attack. the question now, could the rampage have been far worse? >> reporter: the plan to massacre the crowds in a movie was flawlessly. james holmes fired again and again with an assault rifle, holding 100 rounds. sources tell abc news the smith and wesson high powered rifle jammed. and it could have been worse. holmes was probably squeezing the trigger so quickly, the magazine malfunctioned. holmes with ready for war, also armed with a tactical shotgun. and abc news learned that what police recovered in the theater had a 40-round clip. police are urgentry seeking a motive and
me where he is, okay. find my son. i don't know where he is. okay? somebody find him and call us. tell him to call us. >> reporter: his son never called. yesterday was alex sullivan's birthday. instead of celebrating, his father learned he's dead. in hospital rooms across the denver area, survivors are struggling to make sense of all this. 14-year-old protio now has a bullet hole in his back. is that bullet still inside you? >> it's still inside me, yes. they said they won't take it out. they said it's in a safe place. it won't do me any harm. i see life differently. >> reporter: how so? >> it's shocking to see how fast you could die. how fragile life is. >> reporter: how do you think this is going to change your life? >> you know, it's just going to make me more careful in what i do. i'll try to think twice before i do something. and you know, movie premiers, there's more people, maybe next time, i'll wait until it's dvd. >> reporter: he's 14 years old. he may never go to the movies again. he's expected to be released from the hospital today. he told me the first thing he's goin
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